Collaborative work with students

  1. Infinitely Sharp Boundaries in the Path integral Formalism – Phillip Dluhy, Asom Gangopadhyaya, Loyola University Chicago – Presented at 2012 Winter Meeting of AAPT at Ontario, CA, Feb. 4-8.
  2. Modeling the Motion of a Magnet in the Presence of a Conductor – Matthew Kemnetz, Benjamin J. Irvine, Asim Gangopadhyaya, Loyola University Chicago – Presented at 2012 Winter Meeting of AAPT at Ontario, CA, Feb. 4-8.
  3. An Analysis of the Jumping Ring Experiment – Glenn Lorentz, Edison Kociu, Steven Kaplan, Alex Mull-Osborn, Matthew Rickert, Advisor: Asim Gangopadhyaya, Aleksandr Goltsiker and Thomas Ruubel; 132nd AAPT National Meeting, 2009 Chicago, IL.
  4. Demonstration of the Nonconservative Nature of the Faraday Field – Glenn Lorentz, Edison Kociu, Steven Kaplan, Alex Mull-Osborn, Matthew Rickert, Advisor: Asim Gangopadhyaya, Aleksandr Goltsiker and Thomas Ruubel; 132nd AAPT National Meeting, 2009 Chicago, IL.
  5. Shape Invariance and the Exactness of Quantum Hamilton-Jacobi Formalism – Charles Cherqui, Advisor-Asim Gangopadhyaya, Presentation-2008 at CAURS symposium,Chicago; Work was also published in Phys. Lett. A 372 (2008) 1406-1415.
  6. Methods in Generating exactly Solvable Potentials in Quantum Mechanics – Idelstein B., Kim A., Mull-Osborn A. Advisor-Asim Gangopadhyaya, Presentation-2008 at CAURS symposium,Chicago
  7. Shape invariance and the quantum Hamilton-Jacobi formalism – Binder, Y., Cherqui C., Advisors – J. Dykla, Asim Gangopadhyaya, and Jery V. Mallow, Presentation 2007 at the CAURS Symposium, Chicago, IL
  8. Mapping between two methods for finding representation of so(3) and so(2,1) algebras – Carroll, K., Advisor-Asim Gangopadhyaya, Presentation-2007 at the. CAURS Symposium, Chicago, IL.
  9. Feynman diagrams backward in time – Binder Y., Karcz M. – Advisors- A. Goltsiker, Asim Gangopadhyaya, Jeffry V. Mallow, Presentations-2005 at the CAURS- symposium, Chicago, and at the 16-th Midwest Undergraduate Research symposium, Argonne,IL.
  10. Shape Invariance in Supersymmetric Quantum Mechanics and its Application to Selected Special Functions of Modern Physics – C. Husko, B. Knuffman, Asim Gangopadhyaya, Jeffry V. Mallow, Journal of Young Investigators, Volume 12, Issue 2 on 01 February 2005.
  11. Properties of Hermite and Laguerre polynomials using supersymmetric quantum mechanics – Husko, C., Knuman B., Advisors – Asim Gangopadhyaya, and Jeffry V. Mallow, 126th AAPT National Meeting, 2003 Austin, TX
  12. Bernoulli’s Theorem – How fast can you drain a cannister? – A. Dzankovic, A., Suboni A., Advisor-Asim Gangopadhyaya, Presentation -1999 at Joint Annual Meeting of Chicago and Illinois chapters of American Association of Physics Teachers at University of Illinois at Urbana
  13. Electric field outside a wire carrying a constant current – Lagos, J., Advisor- Asim Gangopadhyaya, Presentation 1998 at AAPT/Chicago meeting, Chicago, IL
  14. Determination of the capacitance using magnetostatics – Schultz, K., Advisor-Asim Gangopadhyaya. Presentation-1997 at AAPT Chicago meeting, Chicago, IL
  15. Jumping of a ring and the statement of Lenz’s Law – Wolosiwiecz, A., Advisors-C.Brodbeck and Asim Gangopadhyaya. Presentation-1996 at AAPT Chicago meeting, Chicago, IL
  16. Application of a supersymmetry based approximation method – Chinthagada, P., Schuster C. Advisor-Asim Gangopadhyaya. Presentation-1994 at the Undergraduate Research Symposium, Argonne National Laboratory, IL